After making a number of End Of Year lists with their latest group effort, Brooklynati, Tanya Morgan is proud to release the official video for the 2009 favorite “Bang N Boogie.” Shot in Brooklyn and at Gray’s Papaya in Manhattan, the video depicts younger versions of Von Pea, Donwill, and Illyas being young, wild, having a good time, and of course experiencing some unintended consequences, all while surrounded by beautiful women. Von Pea explains, “We all decided to just tell the story this time and stay away from costumes and comedy.” However, even that concept couldn’t take away from Tanya Morgan’s obvious chemistry and charisma. For Donwill, as the weather gets warmer and spring arrives, the fun vibe of “Bang N Boogie” makes it perfect for a springtime release.
Von Pea’s solo album, Pea’s Gotta Have It, drops this summer via Interdependent Media.
Watch The Video For “Bang N Boogie” Here: http://www.vimeo.com/10362594
Check out Tanya Morgan’s “Bang N Boogie” featured on Billboard.com: http://bit.ly/bZZhBo
Also, Be Sure to Support Donwill’s Debut Solo Effort, Don Cusack In High Fidelity: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/don-cusack-in-high-fidelity/id362341315
Tanya Morgan is back with their third project, Brooklynati, following the success of Moonlighting and The Bridge. Since Von Pea, Ilyas, and Donwill formed Tanya Morgan in 2003, they have received high praise from media elites such as Spin, The Source, XXL Magazine and a resounding seal of approval from the blogosphere. Considered by many to be our generation’s torchbearers for De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest, Tanya Morgan will once again put their skills on display with the unique hip-hop Americana sounds of their Brooklynati album this spring. Based on the fictitious city of Brooklynati, this release pushes the boundaries of a concept album by incorporating not only lyrical imagery but also cultivating a culture and mindset, which can be experienced through the City of Brooklynati Chamber of Commerce website: http://www.brooklynati.com/home.html. The sites, sounds, memories, and events of Brooklynati were unleashed via Bay-Area based record label Interdependent Media, the architects behind the funding and development of Brooklynati. Wanderlusts can feed their souls at http://www.Brooklynati.com